#1
Hey guys, very soon im gonna hav about 2300 bucks 2 spend on an amp.
wat should i get, i like playin blues, rock, jazz and sum metal
thanx
#4
Hell yea... I could get a *used* decent stack with that kind of money...

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#6
Be more specific on exact sounds you want, you've got a lot of money to spend, you can basically get whatever you want.

And what currency is it in?

And Fenders don't do metal well.
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#7
im using Aussie dollars
im playin a strat, so mabye i should get a marshall stack?
#8
If you like how Marshalls sound, sure.

I reckon you should try a JCM900 combo of some kind, see what you think.
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#9
And of course my recommendations go to the laney's. Gh-50/Gh-100, stack, 2000 aussie dollars. cheapest tube stack i know, and before we get into teh stack vs combo debate, there isn't a laney combo for under 2 grand.

2 webpages (same website) to look at my aussie friend ....

http://www.bmusic.com.au/category953_1.htm

http://www.bmusic.com.au/category929_1.htm

enjoy
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#10
wats the difference between teh and combo?
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#11
whoop just so you know teh was a typo of the (touch typing getting better of me) and the stack vs combo debate .... well stacks come in two parts, the first part is the head - which is the amplifier, the second part is the cabinet, which is just a box of speaker(s). most cabs contain 4 12" speakers so you can sort of figure how big they are. A combo has the amp and speakers in one enclosure, usually combo's go up to 2, 12" speakers but their are exceptions.

Ug's general opinion on stacks is that they are a bit egotistic and useless and if you can buy a combo, it'll probably be cheaper and better in the long run then a stack. but ugers are an economical bunch. with a stack you could just transport the head and have a smaller cabinet at home.
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#12
Blues, rock, jazz, some metal? You're barking up the Orange tree. If you have a dealer nearby, I highly suggest looking into the Orange Rockerverb series. The Rockerberb 50 2x12 combo would be perfect for what you're looking for tone-wise.

Another thing, don't get a stack, get a combo. Smaller size, less expensive overall, easier to crank and thus get a fantastic tone. Don't fall into the "I need a halfstack" trap.
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#13
thanx guys lol i will be rockin in no time
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